Oplan Broadcastreeing
Camp Bancasi, Butuan City
6 August 2016

 Catherine Tobes, station manager of dxMK-Magik FM and president of the Kapisanan ng mga Brodkaster ng Pilipinas (KBP) Agusan del Norte-Butuan City chapter expresses her thanks to all the participating agencies during the Oplan Broadcastreeing activity at Camp Bancasi, Butuan City on August 6, 2016. She also calls on every planter to plant heartily and sincerely, so the seedlings will grow healthy. (PIA Caraga)

LTC Rey Pasco, executive director of 4th Infantry Division (4ID) Advance Command Post of Philippine Army said during the Oplan Broadcastreeing activity on August 6, 2016 that the planting site at Camp Bancasi in Butuan City is a 48-hectare military reservation area, which can accommodate some 1,000 planters. (PIA Caraga)

 Philippine Information Agency Caraga regional director Abner Caga during the Oplan Broadcastreeing activity at Camp Bancasi, Butuan City on August 6, 2016 emphasizes to the participants the importance of not just planting trees but also the effort of nurturing it to thrive well. (PIA Caraga)
Forester Edito Tocle (left) of the Community Environment and Natural Resources Office (CENRO) Nasipit together with forest ranger Reyjoy Chavez demonstrates to the participants the correct procedure of planting the seedlings during the Oplan Broadcastreeing activity held at Camp Bancasi, Butuan City on August 6, 2016. (PIA Caraga)

Kapisanan ng mga Brodkaster ng Pilipinas Butuan City-Agusan del Norte chapter president Catherine Tobes (4th from left) along with other media officials/members leads the ceremonial tree planting of Narra seedling during the Oplan Broadcastreeing on August 6, 2016 in Butuan City. (PIA Caraga)

During the Oplan Broadcastreeing activity in Butuan City on August 6, 2016, forest ranger Reyjoy Chavez (left) and forester Edito Tocle (right) of the Community Environment and Natural Resources Office (CENRO) Nasipit receive each a plaque of recognition for their unparalleled dedication geared towards clean and green environment and for their extraordinary efforts of inspiring people to advocate in the conservation and protection of the Mother Nature through their radio program dubbed “Oras sa Kinaiyahan.” (PIA Caraga)





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